frittata with potatoes, scallions, and greens

I originally posted this recipe in 2014, when I first started blogging. This post has been updated to reflect new things I’ve learned, like the tip from Samin Nosrat’s Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat on layering salt throughout the cooking process. I also give veggie replacement ideas so you can use this as a template for…

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I’m going to conclude this spring salad series with a tart twist on the classic spinach strawberry salad by adding strawberry’s favorite foil: rhubarb. Growing up, my main experience with rhubarb involved eating my mom’s super-yummy, super-sweet strawberry-rhubarb jam.  In other words, my experience equaled an encounter with serious sugar, to the point where if I…

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beets with their greens

  One of the most beloved vegetables in our house is the beet, a root crop veggie that’s become a lunch-time side staple for Harper (age 6), Asher (almost 4!), and me.  Lightly steamed beets sprinkled with sea salt are the perfect combination of sweet and salty. If you think you don’t like beets, I…

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